3 bedroom terraced house for saleNashenden Lane, Borstal, Rochester, Kent, ME1
Sold STC £250,000
- Very well presented
- Sought after location
- Potential for off road parking STPP
- Double glazed
- Central heating
***** SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION *****
A stunning 1950s mid terrace property being offered to the market. Situated in Rochester and close to local amenities, benefiting from two reception rooms, three bedrooms and first floor bathroom.
This home has been very well presented by the current owners, this is certainly one you can move straight into. Internal viewings are highly recommended.
Potential for off road parking and garage at the back. STPP
The Medway town of Rochester is steeped in history, with quaint little boutiques, cafés and restaurants in a medieval setting. Rochester is also home to the famous Sweeps and Dickens festivals - celebrating folklore and famous connections. The town's other attractions include Rochester's castle, The Guildhall Museum and Rochester Cathedral.
Rochester enjoys a high speed rail service to London St Pancras, with journeys taking around 34 minutes. The town is well linked to the A2/M2, the A229 and the M20 road networks.
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